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Bicycle Racing

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  • Critical Mass or critical mess?

    Critical Mass or critical mess?
    On the evening of Friday, May 30, Daniel Littell reportedly did what cyclists across South Florida do every day: He flipped off a motorist. Problem: The motorist was Fort Lauderdale Police officer Jason Wilson, who jumped from his cruiser, knocked...
  • Beer, breakfast and bikes

    Beer, breakfast and bikes
    Hope you like beer, breakfast and bike mechanics, Chicago. This year's Chicago Bike Week, which runs Friday, June 13, through Friday, June 20, will sport free food, drinks and tune-ups all over the city. Chicago Bike Week celebrates the city's cycling...
  • IOC president says cycling is cleaning up its act

    With the 2014 Tour de France less than a month away, the International Olympic Committee has expressed confidence that cycling officials are making headway in their efforts to clean up the sport, which has long been under the shadow of doping scandals....
  • Running: Matt McElroy near a transition

    Running: Matt McElroy near a transition
    There are many races, and even workout sessions, that Matt McElroy has learned from. But there was one, back in December 2009 that sticks out and provided him with a great deal of confidence. And, he didn't even win. McElroy, a former standout runner...
  • Heading for middle age? Bring your sneakers to cut breast cancer risk

    Heading for middle age? Bring your sneakers to cut breast cancer risk
    For women past childbearing age, a new study finds that a modest amount of exercise -- four hours a week of walking or more intensive physical activity such as cycling for just two hours a week -- drives down breast cancer risk by roughly 10%. If...
  • Philadelphia team dominates Rodale Corporate Challenge cycling race

    If, a few years from now, there's a budding cycling rivalry between the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia, it'll primarily be because Lisa Nutter coaxed her husband to make the ride to Trexlertown to watch her ride the past two years. Lisa Nutter's...
  • Mailbag: The tricks of running in Laguna

    As we move through the long days in the heart of summer, we're also in prime running season. I've enjoyed reading about the summer successes and activities of the Laguna Beach High School's boys' and girls' cross-country teams. Congrats to Coaches...
  • Bumpy ride into history

    Bumpy ride into history
    Baltimore, home to the first received telegraph message (Samuel Morse, 1844, sent from Washington), the first umbrella factory in America (1828), the first Ouija board (1892) and — to note what really matters — the first baseball player to win...
  • Hayduk gets perfect send-off for cycling nationals

    Imagine beginning a race with no idea how long it's going to last. That was what riders in the Hubert Schleh unknown distance race faced Friday night at Valley Preferred Cycling Center. No one, not even the lap and bell judge, knew how many laps the race...
  • Schnecksville cyclist heads world championships in Korea

    "Nice guys finish last," it was observed the other day by formerly rough-and-tumble cyclist Marty Nothstein. He ought to know, judging from his Olympic gold and silver medals, three world championships and myriad other triumphs. Nothstein, however,...
  • Yekra's embeddable movie player gains blockbuster titles

    Yekra's embeddable movie player gains blockbuster titles
    Like many aspiring producers, Lee Waterworth learned quickly that getting movies into theaters and then getting people to go to screenings is tough. His idea to make it easier: A digital theater that can be embedded onto any website. On Thursday,...